Age Group: 12-14
Themes: Words, vocabulary, font
What is an alliteration?
- The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words.
- But a better butter makes a batter better.
- A big bully beats a baby boy.
- Alice’s aunt ate apples and acorns around August.
- Becky’s beagle barked and bayed, becoming bothersome for Billy.
- Carrie's cat clawed her couch, creating chaos.
- Dan’s dog dove deep in the dam, drinking dirty water as he dove.
My Prototype Alliteration Drawing
"Captivating Castles Crumble Can Cause Chaos"
- To develop a sentence of at least 6 words starting with the same letter.
- To represent that sentence with a drawing, using the sentence itself..
- To incorporate different styles and font sizes and font color to the words.
Step 1: Invent an alliterate sentence with a minimum of 6 words.
Step 2: Do a quick sketch of an image representing that sentence.
Step 3: Draw the alliterate sentence design using the sentence itself with various fonts and colors.
Quick sketch of the Alliterate Sentence